By Max Nicholson Update June 24th,
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Seinfeld will make you smile, it'll make you think, but most importantly, it'll just make you laugh. Now for me there are sooooo many reasons why it is the greatest show of all time. Seinfeld is an American television sitcom that ran for nine seasons on NBC, from to It was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, with the latter starring as a fictionalized version of attheheels.com predominantly in an apartment building in Manhattan's Upper West Side in New York City, the show features a handful of Jerry's friends and acquaintances, including best friend George. And, of course, it boasts one of the single most earworm-y opening TV theme songs of all time.
Family Ties launched the career of Michael J. Fox and put a new spin on family politics. Hide the vanilla extract!
Sha la la la 9. The formula of platonic single roommates sharing living quarters has been copied by a multitude of sitcoms some more successful than others. No matter who the landlord s or third roommate happened to be, this show always delivered a hilarious, misunderstanding-based 30 minute adventure.
The Life and Times of George Costanza. Olaf story, or Shady Pines reference from our favorite South Florida retirees.
Married with Children Any show that starts with a Frank Sinatra song has our attention. Married With Children centered around an ex-high school football great turned shoe salesman, his big-haired red-headed wife who spends more time on the couch watching talk shows and gossiping with Marcy than with their children- who happened to be two of the worst kids in TV history.
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Truly one of the greatest sitcoms of all time. Despite being a comedy, it still hit on some tough subjects like dyslexia and teen pregnancy. The Cosbys will always have a spot in all of our hearts, and no one can forget this memorable scene.
The best thing to come out of the Enron scandalArrested Development is the most finely written comedic show of our time. Fans of the show would not let the series finale be the last they heard from the Bluths, as its cult status along with critical acclaim, cast support and DVD sales have helped resurrect the series for more original episodes on Netflix.
Seinfeld Seinfeld is arguably the most culturally significant sitcom of all time. Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer are four of the funniest sitcom characters ever, and their exploits still linger in our memories today.
For children of the 80s and 90s, this show holds a special place in our heart. We grew up with these friends, like they were our friends. Cheers What better setting for a sitcom than a bar?
We could all relate to hanging out and goofing off with other regulars.
Each character offered some personality aspect that we could see in ourselves. Cheers helped NBC own Thursday nights for an entire decade.begin >> Seinfeld has long been regarded as one of the greatest American sitcoms of all time.
It follows the story of Jerry Seinfeld, a fictionalized version of the creator, and often said to be a “show about nothing.” The show is often set in Jerry’s Manhattan apartment, . The Writers Guild of America unveiled its picks for the best-written TV series of all time over the weekend, and The Sopranos whacked the competition.
And, of course, it boasts one of the single most earworm-y opening TV theme songs of all time. Choosing the greatest TV shows of all time means taking into account the best TV dramas, the best TV comedies, the best cartoons, and even the best TV miniseries to try and come up with a list that answers the question of "what are the best TV shows ever?" But could they be considered the best TV series of all time?
Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The show is a tour-de-force; one of the most iconic sitcoms of all time, a microcosm of the s, and the source of so many one-liners and memorable characters that even if you didn’t watch the.
Narrowing this "Best Of" list down to 50 proved to be as difficult as trying to decide between your girlfriend and some really good soup (or doing a funny 'hello' voice.) But we tried anyway.